The Last Dinner Party, riding high on buzz and acclaim, have just dropped ‘Caesar On A TV Screen’, heralding what looks like a massive year for the band.
The ladies aren’t new to the spotlight. Having clinched the BRIT Awards Rising Star trophy, they’re on everyone’s watchlist. Their debut album Prelude To Ecstasy is on the horizon, launching on 2nd February, and the anticipation is palpable.
The Last Dinner Party’s fanbase have proved themselves to be devoted and ever-growing, hanging onto every musical note. Their recent headline show at London’s iconic Roundhouse sold out in mere days.
This latest offering, ‘Caesar On A TV Screen’, is pop music at its most ambitious. It’s bold, it’s literate, and boy, is it theatrical. Think Kate Bush’s ethereal style with a dash of Anna Calvi’s intensity, or even Rufus Wainwright’s rich melodrama.
Accompanying this auditory feast is a video that’s just as sumptuous. Diving into Shakespearean themes, it’s a visual spectacle that perfectly complements the band’s commitment to making every release significant. Check it out below: